WSU Everett, a new 95,000 square-foot building includes classrooms, laboratories, faculty offices, and services for students working toward degrees in science and engineering fields. In it, students can take program courses in high-demand fields, such as software engineering and data analytics, as well as electrical and mechanical engineering.
The Boeing Company made a $250,000 gift to equip the building with state-of-the-art technology, and its new fabrication lab was named the Boeing Innovation Studio. The approximately $65 million project was completed in just under two years.
WSU Everett programs continue the state’s efforts to educate more engineers and computer scientists to meet industry needs and help remove barriers to education for place-bound and nontraditional students.